Agresividad y conducta antisocial en individuos con dependencia al teléfono móvil: un posible factor criminogénico

Isaac Jahir Olmedo Hernández, Edmundo Denis Rodríguez, María Esther Barrada Alarcón, Josué Elí Villegas Domínguez, Patricia Beatriz Denis Rodríguez

Resumen


Objetivo: Determinar la frecuencia de agresividad y conducta antisocial en estudiantes universitarios con dependencia al teléfono móvil.
Materiales y métodos: Se incluyeron 66 estudiantes universitarios entre 18 a 25 años (54,5 % eran mujeres). Los participantes completaron la escala Mobile Phone Problematic Use Scale para la dependencia del teléfono móvil y la
escala del Inventario Multifásico de la Personalidad de Minnesota, versión 2-RF para comportamiento antisocial y la agresividad.Resultados: Se encontró dependencia del teléfono móvil en el 22,7 % de la muestra (punto de corte: percentil 80). Además, se observó una significación estadística (p <0.01) en 8 escalas del MPPI-2-RF, que incluían CR4, AG y AGGR-r,relacionadas con la agresión y el comportamiento antisocial.Conclusiones: Existe una relación entre la dependencia del teléfono móvil y las escalas de agresividad y
comportamiento antisocial. Postulamos que la dependencia del teléfono móvil podría ser un factor criminógeno.


Palabras clave


Dependencia; Trastorno de personalidad antisocial; Agresión

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